My Thoughts on the First Round Picks of the 2010 NFL Draft

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My Thoughts on the First Round Picks of the 2010 NFL Draft

Last night, was probably the weirdest draft in NFL history. Of course you've had Sam Bradford picked at number one and the Big 12's fearsome tackles at number two and three.

The biggest shock of the draft had to be the Broncos giving up three picks to get the Baltimore Ravens 25th pick to draft Tim Tebow over second best quarterback Jimmy Clausen.

There have been smart, dangerous, and bizarre picks in this year's draft but the biggest winners of the first round had to be Dallas, Detroit, San Francisco and Seattle.

The Cowboys trade up to the 22nd pick and swap their 27th pick with the New England Patriots to grab the controversial wide receiver in the draft Dez Bryant.

While the Lions add Ndamukong Suh and traded their second round pick for Minnesota's 30th pick to get Cal running back Jahvid Best. Also the NFC West teams San Francisco and Seattle had an impressive draft.

The 49ers add some beef to the offensive line by drafting Anthony Davis and Mike Iupati to beef up the offensive line to protect Alex Smith. The Seahawks also got their man in Russell Okung to be the starter at left tackle, if Walter Jones retires and they get a safety in Earl Thomas.

I will go over my analysis of each pick and give my thoughts on each pick. Why I think it's good, bad or questionable. I welcome you guys inside my mind and thank you reading the article.

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